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a facility where trees and shrubs are cultivated for exhibition

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The National Rhododendron Garden will also be renamed the Dandenong Ranges Botanic Garden to reflect its position as one of the premier cool-climate gardens in Melbourne.
the Botanic Garden of Padua and the Botanic Garden of the University of Pisa) had a strictly practical mission, of growing and providing plants for medicinal research (Doyle, 2008; Rinker, 2002), improving the quality of teaching medical students, rather than making great communication efforts (Cappelletti & Savoia, 2006).
A spokesman for the organisers, Slip N Slide Events said: "We're really excited to be bringing these events to the area and in such stunning setting as The National Botanic Garden.
In fact it would be considered the pride of the GCC region itself as it would be the first botanic garden to house the largest documented collection of Arabian plants in the world.
The Garden is part of a collaboration between Treborth Botanic Garden, Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanic Garden in China, and the Royal Botanic Garden in Edinburgh, with funding from the Confucius Institute at Bangor University.
Comprising 70 acres of stunning scenery, just a stone's throw from the city centre, the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh captures the imagination of everyone who visits; from the gardener to the curious sightseer.
With interest from Kirkley Hall College in Northumberland, they envisaged keeping the botanic garden intact and opening it up more to the public and for educational purposes.
Khan said that in our experiences in conservation and restoration of natural ecosystem we are proposing a new role for the Pakistan Botanic Garden Network Secretariat (PBGN); to act as an advisory body to select and manage proposed sites of special botanic interest (SSBI) from a research prospective.
A MURAL painted by a Vale of Glamorgan teenager has been unveiled at the National Botanic Garden of Wales.
At the S0-hectare mountainside Benmore Botanic Garden in Argyll and Bute, the relatively warm, wet climate of western Scotland mimics the growing conditions in southern Chile's temperate rainforest.
MUSCAT: The Oman Botanic Garden team celebrated for planting the first 'habitat' display at the conservation-oriented project.
Friends, trustees and staff gathered at Tower Hill Botanic Garden in Boylston to celebrate John W.
The Singapore Botanic Garden is reported to be embarking on a new 133 acre garden to incorporate a $2 million collection of bromeliads due to open in 2011.
Published in association with Brooklyn Botanic Garden, this lovely book describes the many kinds of bleeding heart and how to grow them in the garden.